Angela Marie (Vosburg) Andersen passed away suddenly on Sunday, November 5 in Atlanta, GA at the age of 50.
Angela was born in Mankato, MN on June 1, 1967 at St. Joseph's Hospital, to Don and JoAnne Vosburg.
Throughout her life she lived in Washington, California, and many other states but chose Georgia as home to raise her two children.
Angela was a dreamer, and by effect, became an entrepreneur. She owned and operated many businesses and never stopped dreaming about one day owning a refurbished furniture business and a coffee shop. She also held many positions in the healthcare industry and was on her way to completing her associate's nursing degree from Southern Crescent Technical College in Griffin, GA.
Angela was most comfortable when surrounded by sincerity, laughter, and conversation. Oftentimes, she could be found enjoying decorating, exploring, and drinking coffee, but her joy intensified when she was able to share in these activities with her family and loved ones. She was a true humanitarian at heart, always compassionate to those who were struggling, emotionally and financially. Above all, she will forever be remembered as an exceptional mother; her constant love and support for her children was admired by everyone who knew her.
She is survived by her son and daughter, Justin and Kayla Andersen; sister, Lisa Vosburg-Buhl; and brothers, Don and Chris Vosburg.
She is preceded in death by her parents, JoAnne and Donald Vosburg, grandparents Don and Viola Vosburg, and Verena Haberman and Henry Jentges.
Published on November 18, 2017